Alex Who and David Block
A: I’ve been lucky enough to get his vibe. I know nothing about what moved him to make the music he makes, but I’m really excited because it comes from this deeper, inner groove that I also have. I noticed that from the get go.
D: We didn’t even meet until yesterday.
A: Oh yeah, I forgot your name!
I’ve learned to be precious and careful with my time. I don’t spend a lot of time on things that don’t feed me. I’m all in, in every kind of way. Time is precious, might as well make the best of it.
“Through everything I do. From the day-to-day encounters with people I randomly meet on the street, the person behind the counter or the uber driver, I try to spread the love in every kind of way, but my main medium is through my music. I write music to not only make people move, because it needs to be funky, but I also want to move people. You do that with love and sincerity.”
Human connection. A few weeks ago I was at Burning Man and I walked in at the end of this workshop. There were 30 couples eye gazing and I was standing in the back of the room witnessing these connections. I noticed two of my friends in the corner and I could see that they had tear marks, but they invited me in. I had this moment where I realized I’m a connection junkie. I thrive off deep and profound connections, as long as people are connecting from their heart in an authentic way. We’re all mirrors of each other. Every judgement I have on another, is just a judgement I have on myself. My connections with other people help me make sense of this nonsensical world.